So I go into this small b&m coin & bullion dealer in this medium size town I live in in New England. I didn't expect much, but I'd never been to that dealer. One of the coins I wanted to sell was a $10 gold Indian, in a PCGS "Genuine" slab. Quite decent looking looking coin, I'd say VF or XF maybe. This was 6/28, with gold around $1410. Coinflation had a gold value of $686 for a $10 gold Indian, & moneymetals.com had $685 as their buy price. So the guy offered me $636. When I questioned the price, he went into this whole spiel about how no-one wants pre 1933 US gold anymore unless it's in higher Unc. grades. Something about how crate-loads of the stuff have been shipped here from Europe, so there's a glut (?!). Huh? I told him I had a couple of 1 oz. proof AGE's in those little blue boxes & he said he'd pay 97% of spot for those. (So maybe modern bullion coins really are more readily saleable)? I'm wondering which of the online/mail order dealers are the most reliable to sell a couple of my gold coins to? apmex? gainesvillecoins.com? moneymetals.com? Or? I just figure now that gold is $1400 might be time to do a little selling.